An unidentified middle-aged Japanese man has killed 2 and injured at least 17 others in a brutal knife attack at a bus stop outside Tokyo on Tuesday.
The attacker, believed to be in his 50’s, reportedly carried two knives and began stabbing through a crowd of schoolgirls waiting for their bus at around 7:45 a.m. in Kawasaki City. The group of children were students at a local private Catholic school, between the ages of 6 and 12.
A Japanese lingerie brand recently released a video to teach schoolgirls how to pick their underwear out of their butt crack should that unfortunately occur.
According to SoraNews24, Japan calls this problem “PK,” the combination of “pantsu” (“underwear”) and “kuikomu” (“to ride up”). Needless to say, it’s especially troublesome for skirt-wearing schoolgirls who can’t just yank their panties out in front of peers.
American assistant language teacher (ALT) Jason Allison, 44, has been arrested by the Tokyo metropolitan police on the suspicion of molesting a 16-year-old girl, according to The Mainichi Shimbun.
According to authorities, Allison spoke with the 16-year-old in Roppongi on June 27, taking her back to his Shibuya Ward apartment, where he molested her. The second-year student reported the incident to the Metropolitan Police Department’s Harajuku Police Station on June 29. Allison claimed that he thought the student was 18 and was quoted telling the police that “I didn’t know she was 16.” Officials allege that he did, in fact, know that she was 16-years-old; he is now being charged with violating a metropolitan ordinance to promote the sound growth of youth.
Japanese sailor uniforms are usually worn at schools and cosplay events, but fetish design brand School Fiction has taken it to another level with two new designs that combine swimwear and schoolgirl styles.
The iconic sailor suit has been growing in popularity as a fetish item in the kawaii (or cute) style genre, according to Tokyo Girls Update.
It’s not everyday when one encounters a battalion of Japanese schoolgirls invading the streets.
But that’s exactly what happened in China this weekend — 100 women dressed up as Japanese schoolgirls in an obvious attempt to catch public attention.